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Britney Spears Hair Styles in Womanizer Creates 3 Identities

Britney Spears Hair Style
Britney Spears Creates a New Persona with New Hair Styles

“Britney Spears New Hair Styles” Britney Spears just made history with a whopping 286,000 downloads last week of her newly released single, “Womanizer.” Why write about it here, you ask? Because, history also tells us that the hair styles and hair colors Britney Spears chose to wear in this highly viewed video, will soon be requested in hair salons across the nation.

Britney Spears long blonde layered hair style, that you see her with most often these days, is lengthened with hair extensions. The word has it her own hair, which was buzzed off about a year or so ago, is shoulder length now. Her long hair style in the above photo, are broken up with an equally long choppy fringe, and uneven layers to frame the face and give texture throughout. A rocker-vibe is created by flat-ironing the hair style.


THIS HAIR STYLE IS GREAT FOR:
Medium and Fine Hair Types
Oval, Heart, Diamond Face Shapes

THIS HAIR STYLE IS NOT  GOOD FOR:
Thick or Curly Hair Types
Round or Square
Face Shapes

PRODUCT MUST HAVES FOR THIS HAIR STYLE:
Flat-Iron, try Hot-Tools Ceramic Iron
Shine Serum, try Paul Mitchell Gloss Drops

This ‘bob’ hair style is not the ‘bob’ your mother wore. How many times have you heard, the ‘bob’ is a classic hair cut that never goes out of style? It’s true, but it usually changes slightly, to give it an updated twist. This distinct ‘China doll bob, hair style ’got moderned-up’ not by changing a thing about the cut or style, the hair style is a classic!  Rather, what updates this, hmmmmm . . . shall I say lightly . . . office look . . . is the choice of outfit, accessories and makeup.

Of course, the blunt cut bang and super-shiny sleek dark hair, makes it’s own high-fashion statement right now. But, Britney Spears pushes the ‘bob’ hair style, professional woman love so well, over the top into a sexy, dominatrix look. The hair, red lipstick and dark rimmed glasses, combine to create a vogue-type persona to this office vixen. When Britney Spears couples that with her black and white ensemble, pencil skirt, fitted V plunging neckline blouse, wide belt, chunky pearls and spiky heels . . . this identity comes in as a hairdominatrix’ in my book.

Britney Spears Hair Style
Britney # 3 . . . not MY average waitress!
THIS HAIR STYLE IS GOOD FOR:
Fine and Medium Hair
Oval, Round, Square, Diamond Face Shapes

THIS HAIR STYLE IS NOT GOOD FOR:
Curly Hair
Rectangle Face Shapes

PRODUCT MUST HAVES FOR THIS HAIR STYLE:
Flat- Iron, A great one for keeping your hair in the best shape, for quickness and shine, try; FHI Ceramic, Tourmaline Iron
Smoothing Serum, try Kenra Smoothing Serum

The hair style Britney Spears wears as waitress, is actually a somewhat average cut and has been around for awhile. What gives this hair style more pizazz, is the shiny eye-popping color and heavy, over the brow blunt bangs. The color pops in a dark red violet. Bangs cut blunt to conceal the eyebrows are ultra-glam right now. Long layers that are not connected to bangs, frame the face and make the bangs the focal point of the cut. The flat-iron throughout, matched with this outfit, gives the rocker-vibe to Britney Spears that she loves so well.

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3 Comments »

  1. We’re happy to hear that the article helped you.

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Comment by Michelle Skye — February 10, 2012 @ 9:49 pm

  2. You’ve got to be kidding me-it’s so tranprsaenlty clear now!

    Comment by Bette — January 24, 2012 @ 12:50 pm

  3. she looks sexy as hell as a waiteress

    Comment by tom — August 17, 2011 @ 4:33 pm

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